Growing marijuana and using marijuana are two different things, but more and more growers are becoming users, and more users are growing their own. While there are certainly benefits to both, you may not be aware of all of them.
This year, follow these five New Year’s resolutions for marijuana users and growers. You’ll have a better, more exciting year with cannabis if you do.
1. Grow your own marijuana for the year. If you’re new to the growing scene, you might need to do some reading and get some help from more experienced friends if you have them. This is the year to finally get involved in growing though.
2. Smoke the marijuana that you grow and share with the people who really need it. Of course you don’t want to give marijuana to people who don’t want it, but most people have a community of smokers around them if they smoke themselves.
Share the wealth and do everything you can to make this a great year for marijuana advocacy and advancement.
3. Advocate for marijuana in legal and medicinal form. Many states and cities are doing a lot to make marijuana more accessible for people who enjoy it, but if your area still needs help, it’s your responsibility to get your voice heard.
Attend meetings and make people aware of your position, especially if you’re growing marijuana legally or are involved in the sale of it for medicinal purposes. Education is essential for the average person on the street.
4. Exercise while you’re a user. Okay, not while you do it, but studies show that exercise is fine for marijuana users if you’re not putting your body at risk.
5. Use better marijuana. Whether you’re growing your own or buying the best around, find sources to improve what you consume.
Ray Boroumand is the Office Manager of 4th Street Medical, a leading provider of medical marijuana evaluations in Southern California. As a leading medical marijuana doctor in Orange County and an advocate for medical marijuana, Ray believes in making the process as simple and easy for patients as possible through quick and convenient verification. At 4th Street Medical, he stresses convenience, affordability and transparency 100% of the time.